Category Archives: PT

PT Corner: Teens and Concussion: More Than Meets the Eye

[Source:  Lash & Associates Blog] by Phil Hossler, ATC In today’s society, sports are more popular than probably ever imagined. Large numbers of athletes participate in a variety of youth, high school, collegiate, professional, and recreational sports. As sport becomes … Continue reading

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Dermal Monitoring Can Prevent Cerebral Palsy in Preterm Infants

[Source:  Medical X-Press] A research group led by Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine Project Professor MORIOKA Ichirou and Professor IIJIMA Kazumoto (Department of Pediatrics) has suggested a potential method of screening for jaundice (hyperbilirubinemia), a cause of cerebral palsy … Continue reading

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Pinboard of the Week! Halloween Themed Therapy Activities on Pinterest

Halloween is my favorite holiday of the year, and I believe I am hardly alone!    I just realized how much everyone loves it, when I noticed just how many great pins we have for you in our Halloween Themed Therapy Activities and … Continue reading

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EI Corner: DOE and HHS Release Guidance on Including Children with Disabilities in EC Programs

[Source:  US Dept of Education] The U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services today released guidance urging early learning programs to include children with disabilities. The guidance sets a vision for action that recommends states, districts, schools and … Continue reading

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Proprioceptive Training Improves Working Memory

[Source:  Your Therapy Source] A pilot study published in Perceptual and Motor Skills examined whether regular classroom instruction, yoga or proprioceptive training improved working memory in individuals 18-59 years old.  The experimental group participated in proprioceptive activities along with one … Continue reading

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